Thursday, 6 September 2012

A postcard from Jazz Green!



Drawing Postcard I   acrylic & ink on paper 10.3x14.7cm   ©Jazz Green2012

Just look what the Postie delivered to me! At the same time I was offering a give away of a painting, Jazz Green was running one herself over at her blog. I entered and low and behold I my name was drawn to receive this beautiful artwork. I am over the moon and I can't wait to get it framed and up on the wall. Thank you Jazz so much.

I've been a regular reader of Jazz's journal blog and admirer of her work since I happened across it a couple of years ago. The portrayal of the passing of time, decay and regeneration are explored in her abstract works, capturing the fleeting beauty and sumptuous surface textures of subjects eroded by nature and time . Amongst my favourites are the lichen drawings and the mouldscapes. Pop over to her blog for a visit, there is much to explore as she has a very well presented archive of her work as well as recent work on show.

Jazz will be exhibiting at;

Artworks 2012 Blackthorpe Barn Suffolk
8 - 30 September 2012

and

Ad Libitum Apex Gallery
29 October - 28 November 2012

6 comments:

RH Carpenter said...

Shall I call you a lucky girl? No, I just think this is just good karma coming around - you give away, you receive! And what a beauty you received - now I've got to check out Jazz and her work.

Jazz said...

Hi Lisa,

So pleased to hear the postcard arrived safely (did it take four days - I sent it first class?) - and thank you so much for your kind and generous words..! and I would love to see a photograph of it framed - whichever way up it wants to go. I meant to include a bookmark too, but I couldn't find them and I wanted to get it in the post that day!

Yes, I agree - perhaps it is case of give and you shall receive - how bizarre you had a giveaway too - darn, I missed out!

I have also enjoyed looking at your serene seascapes again - you convey so much atmosphere in those small paintings.

Best of luck with your own exhibition,

Jazz

mia rose said...

Lucky you, Lisa. I would love to receive such a creative postcard from anyone. Its simply beautiful. Congratulations.
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Lisa Le Quelenec said...

Hi Rhonda, it really is a lovely piece. I think I am lucky.

Hello Jazz, I think it must have taken three to arrive. First class doesn't seem to be as quick as it used to be. Thank you again for this wonderful painting.

Hello Mia, thankyou.

Sergio DS said...

Really a lovely painting. I like it.

Lisa Le Quelenec said...

Hi Sergio, it's even better in real life. I am so lucky!